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"We enjoyed a nice autumn weekend at the cabin. The fall colors were outstanding. I highly recommend the Snow Lake hike. The cabin was comfortable. The neighbors who are full time residents were very friendly. We enjoyed walks around the neighborhood where there were not many cars."
Guest: RandyDate of Stay: October 2014Review Submitted: October 21, 2014
"We loved our stay at this great cabin. There was plenty of room for everyone to have their space. The kitchen is well stocked with pots and pans, plates, silverware, etc. Nate was great to work with and quick to answer phone calls. The basement room (which has a bunk bed with full bed on bottom, 2 twins and another full bed =7 sleep spots) is pretty chilly but the extra heater helps - if kids are sleeping here, you may want very warm jammies. The hot tub was heaven to get into when you came in from outside in the snow and cold. There is satelite tv on the main floor only - so bring extra dvd's to watch on the other tv's. We truly enjoyed our stay here - the kids didn't want to leave! Thanks again Nate for such a great place to stay!"
Guest: anonymousDate of Stay: March 2015Review Submitted: April 8, 2015
Pretty nice but the owner doesnt seem to know what is up with the place
"A few friends and I stayed here over memorial day to go fishing. Now the fishing sucked, but that isn't the cabin's fault. Apparently lake Keechelus is super shallow along the shore, so you need a boat. Our bad. The cabin itself was amazing. Great beds, plenty of room, good kitchen with plenty of dishes and the like. There was a big TV for playing smash bros. and watching our favorite tele-evangalist, Joel Olsen, have his weekly discussion about trees and wanting to kill some waitress. It was also super close to the Iron Horse trail which was a lot of fun. The only thing that was bad were the ants. They were huge and tenacious. Also they dont seem keen on leaving their dead. So we learned something.
Now here is the negative part. I asked the owner, George, if this cabin had a firepit or grill. He said no so we picked up a small grill to bring with. We get there and to our surprise there is both a grill and a fireplace. We were both pleasantly surprised and also unpleasantly pissed we spent more money on a grill because we were told this place did not have one. He also had no idea how to get to the lake but that was solved with guts, daring, and google maps.
Overall I would recommend this place to certain friends and a few coworkers."
Guest: James M.Date of Stay: May 2015Review Submitted: June 3, 2015
"We stayed here during Chinook Fest Summit music festival. Place was affordable, clean and well kept, located within walking distance of the event. We couldn't have asked for better. Deanna and Donald were attentive landlords and quick to answer questions during our stay. Definitely look forward to staying here again!"
Guest: dmdulinDate of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 14, 2015